When is the tax extension deadline for businesses filing 2022 tax returns?
The deadline for S-Corporations and Partnership to file 2022 returns or request extensions is March 15, 2023.
Since April 15 is a Saturday and April 17 is the Emancipation Day holiday in the District of Columbia, the due date for C-Corporations to file 2022 returns or request extensions this year is April 18, 2023.
Sole proprietors filing a Schedule C on their 2022 individual tax returns will also have until April 18, 2023 to file returns or request extensions.
What relief is available for California, Alabama and Georgia businesses impacted by recent severe storms?
California, Alabama and Georgia businesses and individual tax filers impacted by recent severe storms may qualify for an extension to both file and pay their federal taxes. This extension is automatically applied and based on the taxpayers address being located within the disaster areas.
From time to time, the IRS will provide extensions to businesses and individuals located in certain states or regions due to significant weather events or disasters. If severe weather this winter or early spring leads to a disaster in your region, you can check with the IRS to see if the tax filing due date was extended in your area. Extension dates can differ depending on how you file your taxes and the timing of the original deadlines. Check out the IRS' additional guidance issued on February 24, 2023 for more detailed information.
How can business owners get help related to their business tax obligations?
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